Hair Stylist at Amore Francesca Salon
*Frances suggest to her clients to schedule their cut 2 1/2 weeks before a big event. Most people's hair actually goes into "shock" immediately following a cut, then settles in after about a week. After two weeks, I think clients get used to styling their new cut like a pro at home.
Guidelines to remember: Five weeks between cuts for medium-length hair. Shorter cuts may need four. Longer lengths can go six or more.
Everyday cuts for women, men, & kids
Gray coverage, and all over color
Shawn has been doing hair for so long that we can't even give you the number of years! Many of her clients have been with her from the beginning of her career. Now, this may have you wondering or thinking how old is Shawn? Well, I'm not going to tell you but she's not the oldest! Actually, she's not much older than the rest of the staff. But
I will tell you she treats every client of hers like family. Shawn's experience has made her a very talented stylist.
(Independent Contractor of AF)
This week, a client of mine said she saw a friend's hair and just knew I had cut it. Amazing! I actually had given that new cut. I was so impressed, and what a compliment for any stylist! It got me thinking, what makes a haircut great? Can you spot one? Do you have one?
Test yourself, whether you're sitting in my chair or someone else's.
Ways to know if you have a great haircut if …
1. You don’t need anger management classes after trying to style it.
The good news is, an efficient blow dry can masque a bad haircut, so your styled head can end up looking fine. But, ah! The freedom of a great cut!
2. With a great haircut, styling is easy. A great haircut falls into place, wet or dry. It should not need a ton of product to hold a style. If your blow-dry experience causes profuse sweating or frustration, your technique may not be the problem. It could be your cut.
3. It looks better as it grows.
A great haircut holds its shape as it grows. Sure, you may feel you need a haircut, but your hair still falls into place without any arm wrestling.
4. It looks great in spite of many obstacles.
Cowlicks? Curls? Thinning hair? No problem for a great haircut! I have clients with all kinds of idiosyncrasies. The bottom line is, a good stylist knows how to work with your hair’s natural texture and tendencies, so you look great in spite of it all.
5. It makes you feel good about yourself.
A great haircut makes you happy. You should like your haircut. It should suit your personality, your lifestyle, your face shape, your bone structure, even your body proportions. A great haircut draws attention to your best features and improves your overall look in a natural way.
The bottom line is, if you like your haircut, then it suits your style. And that’s perfect!
A great haircut should make your life easier. If your hair is not working for you, before jumping ship on your stylist, consider sharing what you don’t like or asking for styling tips. If the cut is still uncooperative, you may want to find a stylist who is more in sync with your hair type or personal style.